Wally Partners with Sonus faber and McIntosh

The partnership will allow for immersive sound experiences on the wallywhy200.

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McIntosh says it wants to integrate audio systems into custom furniture, walls and cabinets. Courtesy Wally

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Wally, part of the Ferretti Group, says it has partnered with Sonus faber and McIntosh to create “immersive sound experiences” on board the wallywhy200.

According to Wally, it’s the first time the other brands have offered a high-performance, custom-installation system for the marine market.

“Entering the marine industry has been top of mind for us for quite some time” Fiore Cappelletto, vice president and general manager of automotive and marine at McIntosh Group, stated in a press release. “After gaining experience in the automotive industry, paired with our company’s consistent development of quality performance custom installation audio (as we lovingly call Ci-Fi), the time felt right to enter the exhilarating market, and we couldn’t be more grateful to have found a perfect ally in Wally.”

Roberto Gamba, business developer CI at McIntosh Group, said the idea is to integrate the audio system into custom furniture, walls and cabinets.

How do you check to see if a sound experience is immersive? Wally says the companies performed stress tests, product validations and tailored calibrations on all the components.

Where to learn more: visit wally.com

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